Download our diocesan liturgy newsletter for Autumn 2010, which includes features upcoming events and training opportunities.
Autumn 2010 Issue 1
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Issues covered –
- Dates for your calendar
- Day for Life
- International Eucharistic Congress Dublin 2012
- Mission Sunday
- Prayer of Cardinal John Henry Newman
- Training Opportunities
- Music Ministry News
Upcoming Training Opportunites
All information in regard to workshops and training will be posted on KandLe.ie
Sharing from the Table of the Lord: Training for New & Existing Ministers of Holy Communion:
8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Parish Centre, Goresbridge: Tuesday, October 5, 12 & 19
Parish Centre, Clane: Wednesday, November 3, 10 &17
Baptism Team Training
We will once again be offering 3 nights of trainingfor baptism team members in February/March. Please let us know as soon as possible if you would like to attend and we will try to locate the course close to demand.
Fr. Liam Lawton and the FDS team are hosting a Meeting for Choir Directors in Mt. St. Anne’s on September 28th at 8:00 p.m. Directors will receive a letter with more information in the coming weeks.
As a diocese we are looking ahead to the ordination of our new bishop. As part of our preparation we will be holding rehearsals for the diocesan choir in the Autumn. Dates and venues will be advertised closer to the time.
Proclaiming the Year of Matthew:
An Advent night of reflection for parish readers will take place in Mount St. Anne’s Retreat Centre on Wednesday, December 1st, at 8:00 p.m.
Entrusted with the Word:
This training series (2-3 nights) is available to parishes on request for Spring 2010. Please contact Julie for further information.
Workshops for Music Ministers
Diocesan workshops for music ministers will take place in February 2011. These workshops will be led by a visiting guest composer.
For further information on anything contained in this newsletter please contact
K&L Faith Development Services
Cathedral Parish Centre, Carlow
Tel – 059 9164084